We visited on a pleasant day in August with our twin 3 1/2 year olds along with some friends who have twin 3 year olds and a 5 year old. The activities were great for the pre-school and early elementary school aged kids. There were several short rides, including a very tame (though bone jarring if you are lucky enough to be the adult to accompany the too-short-to-ride-by-themselves kids) roller coaster, a ground level log flume, pony rides, hand carts, and a train. None of it would be very exciting to those over around 8, but for this age, it was just right. There are several games as well. They are all included with the price of admission. Technically, you are given a limit as you have a punch card for all of them, but between the kids' tickets and the adults' tickets, the kids for all intents and purposes had unlimited rides. The Wild West show is cute and very child appropriate, including a safety talk about guns before hand by the sheriff. The food at the Steakhouse is fine, though nothing to race to Union to grab.
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